Rimax D 762 WG

A selective post-emergence herbicide for cereal crop protection against annual and perennial dicotyledonous weeds resistant to 2.4 D.

Active ingredient:

tribenuron-methyl, 102.5 g/kg + dicamba, 659 g/kg

Formulation:

water dispersible granules

Packing:

1 kg

Mode of action:

it penetrates the vascular weed system rapidly and moves along xylem and phloem, destroying ground organs and roots.

Field of usage


Crop

Weed

Terms of application

Dose rate,
g/ha

Cereals

Annual and perennial dicotyledonous weeds

Spraying of tillering crop before booting

150

Compatibility

The product is compatible with most pesticides. However, in each separate case, components must be checked for compatibility.

Do not use the product in the tank mixture with organophosphate insecticides, fertilizers for foliar feeding.

Application features

• experience has shown the high efficiency of the tank mixture: Rimaks D 762 WG (150 g/ha) + Superklin 480, SL (3 l/ha) or Extraclin 607, SL (2.5 l/ha) in the fight against problem weeds;

• the agent can be used before booting;

• the most vulnerable phases for weed treatment are phases of 3-4 leaves of annual weeds, up to 5 rings of bedstraw and a socket up to 5 cm in different species of sow thistle;

• the first visible signs of the product are observed on the third day after spraying. Herbicide activity increases in hot and humid weather while cold and dry weather conditions slow down its effect;

• doze rate of the working solution during the ground spraying is 200-300 liters per hectare. It is necessary to cover the whole area and spray the plants heavily while applying the product.

Product’s advantages

• successful combination of active ingredients of different classes expanded significantly the range of weeds controlled;

• effective influence not only on leaves but also on roots;

• extended temperature range – from +10 C;

• clears the crops from the weeds with a root for the following crops in rotation;

• controls the Helianthus annuus, which is resistant to imidazolinones and sulfonylureas.

List of the main sensitive weeds

Ragweed, descurainia Sofia, field poppy, jointed charlock, chamomile, field mustard, spurry, sow thistle (species), stinkweed, field thistle, winter weed, nettle, amaranth, shepherd’s purse, corn bindweed, pig weed, black nightshade, mallow, tule mint, cocklebur, spurge (species), goose grass, self-seed sunflower, self-seed rape and others.